Bad Bunny Scores First No. 1 On Top Latin Albums Chart With Debut LP &#zero39;X 100PRE&#zero39;


He additionally lands 10 songs on the Hot Latin Songs chart.

After 5 months of Ozuna monopolizing the No. 1 slot on the Top Latin Albums chart, Bad Bunny has taken over No. 1 place along with his shock album X 100PRE. 

After ruling for 21 consecutive weeks along with his albums Aura and Odisea (from the Aug. four by way of Dec. 29, 2018-dated charts) Ozuna falls to No. 2 and No. three, respectively (on the Jan. 5, 2019 chart), as Bad Bunny guidelines for the primary time along with his debut album X 100PRE.

X 100PRE, which was launched with little warning on Monday, Dec. 24 (as a substitute of on a Friday, when albums are historically issued)  Rimas Entertainment, debuts at No. 1 with 30,000 equal album models earned within the week ending December 27, in keeping with Nielsen Music. That’s the most important week for a Latin album since September eight, when Ozuna’s Aura launched with 49,000 models (within the week ending Aug. 30). Of X 100PRE’s 30,000 models, 5,000 had been in conventional album gross sales.

The set concurrently debuts at No. 29 on the Billboard 200 chart, making it the fourth-biggest debut of the week behind 21 Savage’s I Am > I Was (No. 1), A Boogie Wit da Hoodie’s Hoodie SZN (No. 2) and YoungBoy Never Broke Again’s Realer (No. 15).

It's attainable that X 100PRE may acquire in its second chart week, following its first full monitoring week of exercise (because the album arrived with a partial week of monitoring exercise, attributable to its mid-week launch).

Bad Bunny concurrently charts 10 songs on the Hot Latin Songs chart dated Jan. 5, six of which debut from X 100PRE. Here’s a have a look at all his entries on the chart this week, with debuts famous in parentheses:

Rank, Title
No. 2, “MIA,” that includes Drake
No. 6, “Solo de Mi”
No. 16, “Ni Bien Ni Mal” (debut)
No. 23, “Esta Rico,” with Marc Anthony & Will Smith
No. 32, “Caro” (debut)
No. 34, “Te Guste,” with JLo
No. 36, “Otra Noche En Miami” (debut)
No. 42, “200 MPH,” that includes Diplo (debut)
No. 46, “Tenemos Que Hablar” (debut)
No. 47, “La Romana,” that includes El Alfa (debut)

Leading as much as his first full-length launch, Bad Bunny has been enormously profitable on Billboard’s charts. To date, he has earned 41 entries on the Hot Latin Songs chart, together with 11 high 10s and a pair of No. 1s: “Te Bote,” with Casper Magico, Nio Garcia, Darell, Nicky Jam and Ozuna (14 weeks at No. 1) and “Mia,” that includes Drake (four weeks at No. 1).

In 2018 alone, Bad Bunny logged 27 Hot Latin Songs entries, the second-most amongst all acts behind Ozuna (43).

Bad Bunny has additionally earned six hits on the Billboard Hot 100, together with “I Like It,” with Cardi B and J Balvin, which spent per week at No. 1 in July.  His one extra high 10, “Mia,” debuted and peaked at No. 5 in October.